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EIV - Horses

August 31, 2016

One of the most common infectious diseases among horses, equine influenza virus (EIV) affects the respiratory tract. The virus is found around the globe, except for New Zealand and Iceland. 


Pregnancy Check - Horses

August 29, 2016

A fall pregnancy check of your mares can pay dividends figuratively and literally. If fall pasture is poor, there is a shortage of good-quality hay for winter or feed prices are higher than normal, fall pregnancy checks can become crucial. 


National Dog Day

August 26, 2016

National Dog Day is celebrated every Aug. 26 as a way to recognize dogs and all they do for us each and every day. From providing companionship in our family unit to working alongside law enforcement or as service dogs, dogs spend each day giving selflessly to us. 


Obesity in Pets

August 24, 2016

A growing health concern and the number one issue facing our pets today is excess weight. A 2015 study found that about 58 percent of cats and 54 percent of dogs in the United States are overweight. Compounding the issue is many pet parents' tendencies to equate food with love, sneaking a few extra treats--and calories--into their pet's food dish every day, as well as their inability to recognize when pets are overweight.


National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day

August 22, 2016

Going to the doctor is rarely high on the fun list for anyone, even our feline friends. An unfamiliar location, full of new sights and sounds, not to mention the different people and animals going in and out of the building -- no wonder our cats may become highly agitated over a routine checkup. And even though they may seem to be the picture of health at home, our furry friends still need to be seen by us at least once each year.